Today I have 4 of the new Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat polishes to share with you. I stopped by Target on Friday night to pick up a prescription and spotted these on an endcap along with the new Sally Hansen Sugar Coat texture polishes (they look similar to the China Glaze Textures). The Fuzzy Coat polishes are different mixes of small bar glitter in a clear base. I ended up picking up 4 of the Fuzzy Coat polishes, there were a few other shades but they looked like dupes of the Nails Inc Feather polishes so I decided to not buy them.
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Formula wise these were consistent, I found them to be a little thick but easy to apply. The glitter payoff was good on all 4. You could get these opaque on their own with 3-4 coats if you felt like it, I would suggest thinning them a bit if you want to do that though. For all the swatches in this post, I used 1 coat of the Fuzzy Coat polish over my base color along with CND Air Dry as my topcoat.
Fuzzy Fantasy is light green and white bar glitter in a clear base. I used this over Orly Pretty-Ugly. Loved this combo!
Tweedy is black and white bar glitter in a clear base. This was the one that I knew I needed as soon as I heard about Sally Hansen doing these, I have a serious black and white glitter obsession. I used Tweedy over Essie Bottle Service for the photos below.
Wool Knot is light blue and white bar glitter in a clear base. I was a bit worried that this would be too similar to Nails Inc Cornwall once I got it home but the shade of blue glitter is much different thankfully. I used Wool Knot over Orly Choreographed Chaos for the photos below.
Wool Lite is light pink and white bar glitter in a clear base. I really like this one, it’s very subtle depending on your base color. The light pink bars do tend to look white….which I like. I used Wool LIte over Orly Harmonious Mess for the photos below. I love this combo, it feels so springy to me!